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Adani, Kandla Ports on high alert after Pakistan trained commandos sneak into the Gulf of Kutch

On Saturday, the BSF (Border Security Force) had found two Pakistani abandoned boats along the India-Pakistan border in Kutch in the Harami Nala area. 

The Adani and Kandla port in Gujarat are on high alert after intelligence input suggested that Pakistan trained commandos have sneaked into the Gulf of Kutch through the Harami Nala Creak Area. On Saturday, the BSF (Border Security Force) had found two Pakistani abandoned boats along the India-Pakistan border in Kutch in the Harami Nala area.

Adani Port issues security advisory (image: @khushiviews on Twitter)

Kandla Port issues security advisory (image: @pbhageria on Twitter)

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Both the advisories mention that as per the intelligence inputs, the Pakistani commandos are believed to be trained with underwater attacks. “It is therefore directed to take utmost measures of security and prevent any untoward situation in Gujarat state,” the advisories read.

The advisories further instruct the shipping agents to inform their vessels and report any suspicious activity to marine control station.

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